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Subject:Re: Another Word Template Problem From:Margaret Packman <mpackman -at- CISCO -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 4 Sep 1998 09:59:32 -0700
Charis Wilson wrote:
> Now some folks have been switched to Office 97.
> Now when they open the documents the header gets blown up in size and
> instead of the logo there is an empty image frame that is about four
> times the size of the .gif image file.
> I had a similar problem earlier this year (during the middle of a crunch, of
> course). Word 97 put a huge box around the logo gif and enlarged the gif to
> about triple it size. It also arbitrarily changed the background page color.
> The only way to fix the files was to bring them back into Word 7 (with
> Internet Assistant) and manually strip out all the weird codes that Word 97
> added. I will never open html files in Word 97 again.
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